If you are enjoying the videos from this year's and would like to help make these videos accessible to more people, please consider transcribing the video and upload your subtitles. Instructions here: u.fsf.org/3l2

Does the require that source code of modified versions be posted to the public? "The GPL does not require you to release your modified version, or any part of it. You are free to [...]" Read the full answer at u.fsf.org/3kt

The Free Software Awards winners were announced during this year's . Paul Eggert was this year's winner of the Award for the Advancement of Free Software. Read the full announcement at u.fsf.org/3iw

Save the date: GNU Radio is having their conference in Washington, DC this year, September 26-30, 2022. Check out u.fsf.org/3i3 for more information.

Emacs is so much more than a text editor -- it's an entire workflow environment, loved by free software supporters around the world. Get the new GNU Emacs Manual, Nineteenth edition, for Emacs 27.2, at the GNU Press Shop: u.fsf.org/3ff

The chrome's developers themselves are explaining why you should *not* use their browser: contrachrome.com/

#chrome #google #privacy

Our donors help the FSF remain proudly independent. to Denis López, Stéphane Bortzmeyer, and Adam Oberbeck for helping us to build the resistance (and find alternatives) to proprietary software! u.fsf.org/398

Glowing headbands that read your mood? Velcro slippers tracking toddlers' movements? Surveillance of children is getting more and more minute, and it's at to your child's school too. Support u.fsf.org/32h

Have you visited our LibrePlanet wiki page lately? It's filled with free software information -- and it's an important tool for connecting with your fellow free software supporters. Check it out and get involved! libreplanet.org

I am five years or 86 releases old and I speak 45 languages. Over 150 people have collaborated on my code. All of that code is of course open source!

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Protect developer freedom. Abolish software patents. Learn why software patents are unjust by checking out the new design of our initiative. u.fsf.org/3f-

The Free Software Awards winners were announced during this year's . SecuRepairs was this year's winner of the Award for Projects of Social Benefit. Read the full announcement at u.fsf.org/3iw

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• Tell your friends about #Tusky
• Give the app a good review on Google Play
• Report bugs
• Become a beta or nightly user and test new features before everyone else
• help to improve the translation on weblate.tusky.app/
• donate to opencollective.com/tusky
• Help us coding github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky
Thank you :3

Follow the FSF's thirty-five years of advocating for software freedom with our timeline project: u.fsf.org/3fc

The FSF is hiring! Please see the following page for information about the full-time licensing and compliance manager, full-time program manager, and part-time bookkeeper positions: u.fsf.org/3l0

JShelter 0.10 was released today! Several new protections and bug fixes can be found in this release that will help protect your privacy while browsing. u.fsf.org/3lb

Don't let proprietary software marketing dollars give you a false sense of security -- your devices are vulnerable. Understand the risks, and promote free software. Start the conversation in your community today! fsf.org

The right to repair is crucial for a free future, this is illustrated in our animated video "Fight to Repair." Join our campaign and inform others on the state of in your country. fsf.org/ftr

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